04 May, 2010
The first thing you should be learning when starting a new language is the alphabet. Luckily, the Korean alphabet (Hangul) is very easy to learn as there are just 24 letters you have to know, 14 consonants and 10 vowels. I learned Hangul in a couple of minutes by watching the video below, provided by KoreanClass101 (click here to watch it directly on Youtube):
See? It's really easy. A whole sentence written entirely in Hangul looks like this:
피곤해요. 그렇지만 영화 보고 싶어요. (- I'm tired but
I want to see a movie.)
Obviously, watching just one video about Hangul isn't enough to be able to read and write it properly. That's why I recommend you to practice it here.